Pringle Bay is surrounded by mountains on three sides and overlooks the Ocean with Cape Point in the distance. It abounds with wildlife and beautiful flora and is part of the Sixth Floral Kingdom of the planet. The silver beaches are pristine and spotless and the air is clean and unpolluted. There is a small lagoon with clear and warm water where the Buffels River enters the sea. Pringle Bay is one of the few bays in South Africa that face north, and the sunsets are spectacular. Eight restaurants are within a 3 minutes’ walk from each other. A 5 minute drive will get you to the safe boat-launching facility, 10 minutes to the penguin colony or famous Harold Porter Botanical Gardens, 20 minutes to a variety of golf courses, 45 minutes to the wine estates or to the “Whale Capital” Hermanus.
A twin of the lighthouse at Milnerton. It’s said that this lighthouse was built in only 6 days in 1960.
Stop at the Plankies Pub, Hangklip Hotel, for a drink, live music and catch up with local intel.
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